Re: Why kids repeat the same phrase three times ?

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[電球] 1109. Re: Why kids repeat the same phrase three times ?

お名前: ドラちゃん
投稿日: 2008/1/31(05:19)


Hi, Banana.
This is Dora.

Thanks for informing your investigation from different side of
your point of view.

I didn't mean the series of different three phrases but
now I can recognize that there is some sense for repeating
three times, emphasizing the meaning of the words, clearing
the contours of words and, as a result, making it more
powerful or easy to convince someone or something much more,
even though these three are entirely different phrase.

I can also say that repeating the same things might be rather
simplified case.

Kids might feel it from their instincts because they're
usually extremely eager to be understood what their
wantings are.

〉Anyway, I was interested in this topic.
〉So I googled by word of "Repeat Three Times".

〉I found a interesting web page, so I introduce it here.

〉It is a topic of "Rule of three (writing)" in Wikipedia

It is so interesting that "Rule of three" is so famous
in European culture as written an article in Wikipedia.

Isn't it similar to Japanese four steps of
story-telling-fundamentals, "起承転結" ?

〉<Rule of three (writing)>-----------------------

〉The rule of three is a principle in English writing that suggests that things that come in threes are inherently funnier, more satisfying, or more effective than other numbers of things. From slogans ("Go, fight, win!") to films, many things are structured in threes. There were three musketeers, three little pigs, three billy goats Gruff, Goldilocks and the three bears, and Three Stooges.

〉A series of three is often used to create a progression in which the tension is created, then built up, then released. Adjectives are often grouped together in threes in order to emphasize an idea.
〉-<quote from [url:]--------

〉THREE is interesting, I think.

Now I think so.

See you !



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